​​​​​​​After Russia’s talk of controlling it ... huge reinforcements of the regime to Idlib countryside

Regime forces are bringing massive reinforcements to the Idlib countryside, which suggests that a military operation is looming on the horizon, after Russia talks about controlling it soon.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) stated that the regime forces continue to bring large military reinforcements to their positions in the southern sector of the Idlib countryside.

As this morning, a huge military convoy of armored vehicles, tanks and heavy vehicles, in addition to soldiers and officers, arrived in the city of Khan Sheikhoun in the southern countryside of Idlib, and another military convoy reached the Sinjar axis in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

The (SOHR) added that the regime forces informed the people of the villages of Sinjar region to evacuate them, and the military operations room of the regime, which is supervised and managed by Russian officers, asked the elements to raise the maximum readiness on the eastern axes of the city of Idlib, while a large-scale military operation on the horizon suggests that it is expected that It begins in the next few hours or days, as the regime forces have brought periodic reinforcements to the region over the past days.

In a related context, Russian warplanes renewed their raids on an area called "De-escalation", targeting Abu Makki and Harran in Idlib countryside, and also bombed the outskirt of the village of al-Sorman, and the outskirt of the town of Gergnaz in the countryside of Ma`rat al-Nu`man al-Sharqi in Idlib countryside.

On the other hand, the regime forces shelled Haish, Sahyan, Sahal, al-Saraj and Tel- Dam in the southern and eastern countryside of Idlib.

The Russian presidency had expressed its concern about the terrorists present in Idlib and expected it to be controlled soon, after the meetings of the fourteenth round of the Astana meetings and the failure of the second round of the so-called Constitutional Committee meetings.

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ANHA


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